PrbbBB:Oligo Annealing

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(New page: Back to all protocols ==Overview== Short to medium length (up to 120 bp) fragments of dsDNA can be generated directly from two complementary single-stranded oligonu...)
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* Silver lab protocol (using water bath): [[Silver:_Oligonucleotide_Inserts]]
* Silver lab protocol (using water bath): [[Silver:_Oligonucleotide_Inserts]]
* brief mentioning in Li & Elledge SLIC paper <cite>Li2007</cite>
* brief mentioning in Li & Elledge SLIC paper <cite>Li2007</cite>
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* [http://www.protocol-online.org/cgi-bin/prot/view_cache.cgi?ID=1282 Web protocol]
The idea is to heat up the mixture to close to 100 C and let it slowly cool down to room temperature over the course of one hour.  
The idea is to heat up the mixture to close to 100 C and let it slowly cool down to room temperature over the course of one hour.  

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Contents

Overview

Short to medium length (up to 120 bp) fragments of dsDNA can be generated directly from two complementary single-stranded oligonucleotides. Custom overhangs for ligation or In-Fusion can be introduced as well, simply by having some non-complementary ends. The two single-stranded Oligos then need to be annealed into a double-stranded fragment.

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The idea is to heat up the mixture to close to 100 C and let it slowly cool down to room temperature over the course of one hour.

Materials

  • Thermocycler
  • some buffer

Procedure

  1. step 1
  2. step 2

Notes

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References

  1. Li MZ and Elledge SJ. . pmid:17293868. PubMed HubMed [Li2007]

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